If you’ve heard of the Flow State, you probably know that it’s a state of high productivity and focus. But can it also be highly addictive? In this fascinating 4 minute video Steven Kotler explains the neurochemistry of the flow state (the high speed version) and why humans will go to great lengths to experience it again:

As Kotler states in the video, the flow state is so powerful, AND so pleasurable that “humans will go to great lengths to experience it” even if it is extremely difficult to figure out how to get back into that perfect state of productivity and wellbeing.

Personally, I can attest to this. I myself spent several years of my life studying how to get into (and stay in) the flow state using various methods, from arduous long-distance running, to serious meditation, even to studying with shamans from around the world.

Finally, I discovered a method that allowed into the flow state at will…wherever, and whenever on earth I was. I still use it today (especially when working on my business).

If you’d like to join us, I will be happy to share my method with you (but I recommend checking it out soon so you don’t miss it, I don’t know when you’re seeing this post).


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As entrepreneurs we must ask ourselves: Are we creating – or killing – the next generation of entrepreneurs? Ken Robinson has a challenging answer in this 20 minute TED talk you’ll still be thinking about tomorrow:

As an entrepreneur with two kids myself, I have had to ask myself this question very seriously. And, while I understand this answer is not one that works for everyone, my answer has been homeschooling/unschooling.

What do you think we should do about the state of our schools? If you have kids, do you (or would you) consider homeschooling them?

Tell us in the comments below…

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